Cyberpower kits its latest gaming PC out with 500GB NVMe storage, RTX 2060, and a liquid-cooled, overclocked Core i5-9600K.
Rick rounds up all the major announcements from this year's E3.
Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
Intel gives certain PC makers the go-ahead to keep using its faulty 6-series chipsets.
Intel has stopped shipments of its 6-series chipsets, because of a SATA design flaw.
The problem has been identified and verified, but it's really nothing to get worked up about.
COMPUTEX 09: Fed up of your Nvidia GTX 200-Series squealing while you game? MSI has solved the problem!
Silverstone has addressed the build quality issues we found with the FT01 by replacing the fans and improving the dust filters.
A bug in the ZoneAlarm personal firewall package left users without a working 'net connection this Tuesday after a patch was released for DNS resolution by Microsoft.
A Christian game which sees you killing non-believers is causing a bit of a stir. 2006 - the year of the controversial game?
Users are downloading video and not getting it. Unsurprisingly, they're turning to the net to vent their anger. Also, Bill Gates goes mental on Sony.
Ryan Garside describes the struggle that is logging into a Battlefield 2142 server. Will EA be able to sort it out?
Sony appear to be skating on thin ice as Tony Hawk's developer, Neversoft, pulls plug on PS3 multiplayer.
The new 'private' browser has come under fire this week, here's a round up of the accusations.
Don't have an HDTV? Then you might not be able to properly play the highly anticipated 360 title, 'Dead Rising'.
A production mishap means that MacBooks are shipping with their air vents sealed up. Not good for those looking for a cool computing experience.
Early reports from Japan suggest that the first batch of Pentium D 900 series processors may not have some or all of Intel's power-saving technologies in a fully functional state. Intel has stated that the problems will be fixed in a BIOS update expected in Q2.
After the shimmering problems with NVIDIA's ForceWare 77.77 driver, we didn't expect to find the same problems in ATI's latest driver. The guys at top ATI fan site - Rage3D - confirmed our initial thoughts for us.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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